Friday, May 18, 2018

CURRENTLY CREASING №33

C U R R E N T L Y   C R E A S I N G
A collection of weekly reads to guide you through your days . . .

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2 | One of the most incredible articles I've read this year fusing art, history, & identity


5 | My current two favourite podcasts: this one & this one

6 | Despite being an aficionado of adaptogenic herbs, I frankly am not the most habitual at consuming them. I use as I need or feel fit. But, this blend from Sun Potion has been my daily go-to in warm nut milk. The slight spiciness of the blend yields itself to also being a digestive, as the. I also appreciate it as an homage to the lineage of traditional Mayan & Aztec cacao drinks in the current time where seemingly everything is pre-sweetened.

If you have been thinking of investing in a Sun Potion product, I highly recommend it. It's a bang-for-your-buck, so to speak, since the blend also has other adaptogens such as mucuna pruriens for mood support; moringa for energy & digestion; and ashwagandha & reishi for anxiety relief just to name a few. If you are having issues with autoimmunity, however, I suggest skipping it since it does have nightshades (cayenne pepper and ashwagandha).

7 | A wonderful book to read for your little ones & one for you on cultivating empathy, in and out of your professional world

8 | How psychedelic drugs may re-organise the brain & can turn into treatments

9 | On how a woman approached Midlife with swimming

10 | A new film about the gendered oppression in African-American family life


the T H O U G H T  O F  T H E  W E E K
"Never make someone a priority
when all you are to them is
an option"

—maya angelou

Friday, May 4, 2018

CURRENTLY CREASING №32

C U R R E N T L Y   C R E A S I N G
A collection of weekly reads to guide you through your days . . .

1 | A former football player on Traditional Chinese Medicine & cannabis for constipation

2 | Why it's difficult for your doctor to understand your pain

3 | The effect of strenuous exercise on the immune system


5 | The truth about selfie culture

6 | These chic, kitten-esque Editor's Heels paired with these easeful, summery cropped jeans

7 | Fred Moten's critique of the present

8 | A new debate on assisted suicide

9 | How to approach mental health at work

10 | A lynching memorial is opening, and the country has never seen anything like it.


the T H O U G H T  O F  T H E  W E E K
"I will be the gladdest thing
Under the sun!
I will touch a hundred flowers
And not pick one"

—edna st. vincent millay

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

THANK YOU

T H E    T H I R L B Y    O N  T O U R  |  T H A N K   Y O U

As I still float amidst a million cloud nines from last week’s NYC book launch party at the Rizzoli Bookstore,I want to thank you all. Thank you to each of you for not only buying the book but also bringing it to life. As I said at the launch, we created this book together. It wouldn’t have happened without this community of The Thirlby. Thank you, thank you! If you’ve been enjoying the book, I’d appreciate it endlessly if you could please take a minute to leave a review on the Amazon page. There’s a surprise coming for those who leave one I’m excited to share soon!